This is not your typical “Once Upon a Time.” Classic? No. Wild? Yes! This imaginative retelling of the classic tale of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs features a princess, her evil queen, a huntsman, one magic mirror, and the legendary seven dwarfs – all brought to life by two actors! Expect the unexpected in this hilarious, fun, and fabulous fairy tale.
By Greg Banks
Directed by Kathleen Rudolph
Produced by special arrangement with Plays For Young Audiences.
Performances will take place outside, socially distanced, in the Stephenson Amphitheatre. Masks that cover both the mouth and nose will be required for all guests age five and older, per state regulations. Masks may only be removed to actively consume food and beverage while in the guest’s designated seating area.
Due to the nature of the show, all performances are considered sensory-friendly. Please note: amplified microphones will be used during this production, so unexpected noises such as microphone feedback may occur. Our goal with sensory-friendly programming is to create a welcoming, inclusive, and relaxed environment for those with sensory sensitivities. See below for a helpful guide regarding attending Snow White:
Thanks to our show sponsor, North State Bank.
Raleigh Little Theatre’s Family Series is supported by the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County, as well as the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.
Thanks to our Media Sponsor for Snow White, the N&O.
Additional support provided by Capital City Civitan Club.
Attending a performance in the Amphitheatre
Since the amphitheatre is part of a City of Raleigh park, please adhere to the following rules:
- You are welcome to bring your own food and non-alcoholic beverages
- The theatre reserves the right to check coolers for outside alcohol
- No open flames or candles (including citronella candles)
- No glass bottles allowed
- Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a leash and be well-behaved
Bringing blankets or chairs makes seating more comfortable. Lawn chairs or folding chairs work well. There is grass between the concrete benches, and chairs fit well in that space.
Indoor restroom facilities, which are wheelchair accessible, are available at the Main Stage lobby entrance. Porta-johns, which are also wheelchair accessible, are located to the left of the stage near the ramp.
The RLT parking lot will only be open to vehicles with disability parking placards as well as limited parking in the front half of the lot for anyone. The RLT staff parking lot is only for drop off of patrons with wheelchairs or mobility issues – no parking. You may park on the street where signposted.
Tickets on sale now!
Runtime is approximately 75 minutes with no intermission.
- Saturdays at 1:30pm and 3:30pm
- Sundays at 1:30pm and 3:30pm
Single ticket prices, excluding tax:
- Adults: $17
- Children (12 and under): $12
Due to current gathering restrictions, a maximum of 200 tickets will be sold for each performance (subject to change). Tickets are general admission, but we will have areas marked off for seating to ensure proper social distancing. A ticket is required for all patrons, regardless of age.
If you have questions about tickets or seating, please email email@example.com.
- Snow White
- Kirsten Ehlert
- Dwarf Four
- Connor Gerney
All performances are wheelchair accessible. Drop off for patrons in wheelchairs is in the staff lot adjacent to the Rose Garden, which is accessible from the intersection of Pogue & Everett Streets.
Audio description for those with visual disabilities. The Sunday, March 21, performance at 1:30pm will be described.